• A Socio-Technical Framework to Improve cyber security training: A Work in Progress 

      Østby, Grethe; Berg, Lars; Kianpour, Mazaher; Katt, Basel; Kowalski, Stewart James (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      In this paper we discuss a work in progress to create a socio-technical system design framework for cyber security training exercises (STSD-CSTE) to support the development of cyber security training in the Norwegian Cyber ...
    • A Survey of Automated Information Exchange Mechanisms Among CERTs 

      Yamin, Muhammad Mudassar; Katt, Basel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Nowadays innovative computer related exploits are released every single day, which makes researching about those exploits a significant task. A CERT (Computer Emergency Response Team) is an expert group that is responsible ...
    • Ethical Problems and Legal Issues in Development and Usage Autonomous Adversaries in Cyber Domain 

      Yamin, Muhammad Mudassar; Katt, Basel (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      An autonomous adversaries in cyber domain are new type of adversaries present in a cyber security exercise. Traditionally, adversaries in cyber security exercises are human who perform the roles of attackers and defenders. ...
    • Modeling Spatial Aspects of Safety-Critical Systems with FOCUS-ST 

      Spichkova, Maria; Blech, Jan Olaf; Herrmann, Peter Michael; Schmidt, Heinz (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This paper presents an approach for modeling and veri - cation of components controlling behaviour of safety-critical systems in their physical environment. In particular, we introduce the modeling language FocusST that ...
    • Using a socio-technical systems approach to design and support systems thinking in cyber security education 

      Zoto, Erjon; Kowalski, Stewart James; Lopez Rojas, Edgar Alonso; Kianpour, Mazaher (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Information security (IS) has been categorized as protecting the confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication and accountability of information. There is a gap between what companies and institutions plan to ...